. he says he wants to cut the deficit, make us energy independent. he wants to overhaul the tax code and deal with immigration. what does washington look like right now? >> well it looks a lot like it looked before this election, and it looks a lot like gridlock, but you hear a lot about compromise. now you heard congressman sessions there talking about reaching across the aisle but to a certain point with principles intact. now the president, according to a lot of people who are looking at this. is in a stronger position, because he's going to argue that this election, the result of this election, which he campaigned on, raising taxes for the top, tier, he will stick hard to that fact, and that republicans will have to negotiate on that in some way, shape or form. you heard vice president biden talk about that just yesterday. now whether that means getting to the table and the cap goes up from 250,000 to a million dollars for raising taxes, you're going to likely see tax rates go up, no matter what the push back is from house republicans just because of the results of this election.